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3D Electron Microscopy

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18:30 – 18:30 15 Jan 2014
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Foster Lecture Theatre 2, Foster Building, University of Central Lancashire, PR1 2HE

Speakers: Prof Paul Midgley, University of Cambridge

Speaker: Prof Paul Midgley, University of Cambridge

All are welcome, refreshments from 18:00

Whilst the origins of 3D electron microscopy (3DEM) lie firmly in the life sciences, over the past decade or so, 3DEM has grown from a niche technique in the physical sciences to a routine method for the analysis of materials and devices at the nano and atomic scale, revealing local 3D information about morphology, chemistry, defect structure, electrostatic potentials and optical properties. In this talk I will introduce the topic and its history, show current applications across a wide range of materials and discuss the likely development of 3DEM in the future.

Event type: Lecture/Talk
Organised by: Lancashire and Cumbria Branch
Contact details: John Bradshaw
john.bradshaw@physics.org


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